Author: aostrom

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At our last cleanup on 12/30 our County Supervisor John McCowen was there lending a hand as he has many times before. He approached me and asked if we might be willing to help him out with something. There were 4 vacated homeless camps that were right on the Russian River and once it starts...

Eureka Trash Bash is a HUGE success, with the largest turnout for a single event since we started, almost 3 years ago! We had 86 people that signed the roster but we believe there were more that didn't get to the sign in table before the event started. This was a special 90 minute event,...

  Another great turnout of 23 awesome volunteers for our Eureka Waterfront/Old Town Eureka event on Saturday morning! Big shout out to Pacific Shellfish Coast Seafoods Division for sponsoring our first event of 2018! We found an estimated 5oo lb. of trash, ranging from household garbage to bicycle frames to cigarette butts. Thanks to all who came...

What a brisk and beautiful morning! I gotta say this was another one of those cleanups where I was nervous about how much we would actually come up with. First off big props to the City of Ukiah for doing such an excellent job maintaining this beautiful new outdoor space. Our focus for the day...

Well, that's a wrap on another year of environmental stewardship for PacOut Green Team! HUGE thanks to all of the AWESOME volunteers and sponsors for all of the support in 2017! We could not do this without that support! THANK YOU! Big shout out to ThaywoodPhotography and Trinidad Coastal Land Trust for sponsoring this event!  We...

PacOut Green Team was out at Mad River Beach Park again on Sat., 12/9/17, for another cleanup of the beach, dunes, parking area, and most notably, the notorious fire pits. We had a great turn out of 16 volunteers, all eager to help get things tidied up on a beautiful morning! We removed an estimated...

We had a great cleanup in the Blue Lake area on Saturday, 12/2. We started at Perigot Park and worked our way down to Hatchery Rd, where we found most of the trash. We found a lot of the usual litter along the roadsides, around 100 lb. in under an hour. We also recruited some...